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Illustration on the trouble with Turkey by Linas Garsys/The Washington Times

The trouble with Turkey

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‘Who’s the boss?’

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Illustration on the EU's euphoric view of Iran's intentions by Linas Garsys/The Washington Times

Imagining the Islamic Republic

Last week, the European Union issued a statement on the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, the nuclear weapons deal concluded with Iran's rulers, from which President Trump withdrew three months ago.

Burqa Letter Box Illustration by Greg Groesch/The Washington Times

'Lay off Boris Johnson, and us for that matter'

A fellow Spectatorian is under enemy fire, and we all must rally around him, particularly because he has done nothing wrong and because if those attacking him triumph we shall all suffer. The cause is free speech. The free speech that is endangered is in Great Britain, but if the forces of censorship win in London it is only a matter of time before the forces of censorship will be bringing their muzzles to our shores.

Maduro in Flames Illustration by Greg Groesch/The Washington Times

A case study in suffering and lack of freedom

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The tragedy that is Venezuela, a case study in the suffering and lack of freedom woven into the very fabric of Marxist socialism doesn't receive the attention it deserves at a time when last week's Gallup poll shows that Democrats view socialism more favorably than capitalism.

Liberalizing the university with conservative thought

For conservative academics who are intimately aware of university life under leftist machinations, "The University We Need: Reforming American Higher Education" by Warren Treadgold is a book that not only will augment personal experiences, but will offer what just may be a way out of the apparently hopeless mess that leftists have made of higher education.

Illustration on Hungarian resistance to Islamic encroachment by Linas Garsys/The Washington Times

'No submission to Islam'

No European head of government talks remotely like Hungary's Prime Minister Victor Orban. For example, he recently spoke of building in Hungary a "constitutional order based on national and Christian foundations," thereby avoiding a future in which "the whole of Europe has submitted to Islam."

The F-35 and National Security Illustration by Greg Groesch/The Washington Times

Maintaining military superiority

America's national security relies on our military maintaining its absolute superiority — in the air, on the ground and at sea.

Trigger Head Illustration by Greg Groesch/The Washington Times

Preventing mass shootings

On July 30, the Annapolis Capital Gazette shooter pled "not guilty" to shooting and killing five Gazette employees. Reports say armed with a shotgun, he entered the building and blasted his way into the Gazette offices. It reminded me of the time when another shooter used a shotgun and shot 16 people, including me, at the Washington Navy Yard in 2013.

Illustration on the socialist label in American politics by Alexander Hunter/The Washington Times

The label that scares most Americans

Republicans are begging a shellacking in the mid-terms. They are relying too much on the recent economic boom and the Democrats' socialism problem to win independent voters and energize their base.

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